The 2016 COlumbia Women's Leadership Conference:
ThIS IS WHAT LEADERSHIP LOOKS LIKE
Saturday, october 29th, 2016
12:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M.
THE CHANGING FACE OF LEADERSHIP
What does leadership look like? Join the conversation at our third annual Women's Leadership Conference as we examine the changing face of leadership and explore how each woman can be empowered to lead in her own way.
HEAR FROM FEMALE TRAILBLAZERS
Meet prominent female leaders from a wide range of industries like journalism, business, and non-profit organizations. Hear their stories and find how they have achieved success in each of their professions.
SUSAN HERMAN, PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
GLORIA FELDT, FORMER PRESIDENT OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD
KYUNG-AH Park, Managing Director at Goldman Sachs and Board Member of Girls Inc., NYC
ASRA NOMANI, JOURNALIST AND CO-DIRECTOR OF THE PEARL PROJECT
CARMEN RITA WONG, Author, former CNBC host, advice columnist
LISBETH SHEPHERD, FOUNDER OF GREEN CITY FORCE
ANGELICA PEREZ-LITWIN, FOUNDER & CEO OF LATINAS THINK BIG
CECILIA BIRGE, FORMER MAYOR OF MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP
DAVIA TEMIN, President and CEO of Temin and Company
LEAH MEISTERLIN, URBANIST AND ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AT GSAPP
MEET OUR SPONSORS
Meet our conference sponsors and hear about recruitment opportunities. Partners such as the Yale School of Management and Cardozo Law School will be on-site to tell you about opportunities after graduation.
LUNCH IS ON US
Enjoy a complimentary lunch from the following restaurants:
What can i do before the conference?
1. Participate in our “This Is What Leadership Looks Like” photo campaign
We encourage all women on campus to celebrate women's leadership together through our photo campaign. To show your support, simply change your profile picture and show the world what leadership looks like.
To get a customized picture, simply email a photo to email@example.com with your name, school, and class year and we will create one for you. You will also have a chance to be featured (with your permission) in promotional materials and campaigns leading up to the Conference
2. Are you a leader of a student organization?
We encourage all student clubs and organizations to attend CWLC together. In fact, if your campus organization is sending more than five representatives to CWLC, we can offer a special group discount rate. If you have multiple people interested in our photo campaign, we can also stop by your board meeting to take individual photos.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
3. Nominate a leader
Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. Whether they’re blazing a trail on the playing field, in the classroom, or in the boardroom, the world should hear their stories. Nominate a female leader on campus here—whether it’s a student, faculty, or staff member—that you're inspired by to be featured at the Columbia Women’s Leadership Conference on Saturday, October 29th.
INforming, engaging, and empowering action
Spectator’s events team strives to spread relevant and compelling information throughout the Columbia community by organizing live events that inform, engage, and empower action. Past events include the Columbia Media Conference featuring Nate Silver, the Columbia Diversity in Media Conference with Danny Pudi, and most recently, the In the Public Eye Conference with former White House Council Bernie Nussbaum.